This is an all-day tour full of history, breathtaking scenery and amazing viewing points with lots of photo stops. Killarney locals dubbed the Iveragh Peninsula, the “Ring of Kerry” and yes, it’s definitely full of gems not to be missed.
Depart from your accommodation at a prearranged time. We head East through Lispole Village where we will see the viaduct remains of the Dingle Steam Railway which ran from 1896-1953. We will see Minard Castle, Inch Beach, Killorglin, Glenbeigh, Cahersiveen (birthplace of Daniel O’Connell), Waterville (where Charlie Chaplin liked to visit), viewing point of Maum Ui Rauirce, Staigue Stone Fort, Sneem, Molls Gap, Ladies View, Torc Waterfall, Muckross House and Gardens and Killarney town.
Coffee and lunch stop en route.